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  • Research Manager - Country Risk

    Chen-Ta Sung

    Chen-Ta has been a research manager at Euromoney Country Risk since 2019. He manages a variety of research business, from research development, methodology innovation, and research analysis through to sponsorship negotiation, business collaboration, and delivery. He has worked in research industries and managed various research projects for over a decade in many countries including Taiwan, China, USA, and the UK. Before joining the Euromoney group, he worked as an associate lecturer/research fellow in Goldsmiths, the University of London, and the LSE between 2013-2018; and worked for Taiwanese government during 2009 -2011. His research interests are primarily focused on social transformation shaped by political, economic and technological dynamics. Chen-Ta holds an MSc degree in Social Research Methods at the London School of Economics, and an MA degree in Digital Culture and Society at King’s College London.

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  • Chief Editor - Country Risk

    Jeremy Weltman

    Jeremy has been an ECR editor to Euromoney Country Risk since 2012. He began his career in the early 1990s working as an economist and forecaster within the investment strategy team at commercial real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle, after completing a Masters in macroeconomics and receiving the Nissan Prize for Industrial Economics as an under-graduate. He is a former editorial director at Consensus Economics, an international survey firm, where he inaugurated several of their newsletter publications. He now produces his own monthly surveys of economic forecasts for MJEconomics, including Euro Zone Barometer. Jeremy is employed on a freelance basis as an economist and country risk expert by Euromoney, and for other companies producing detailed reports focusing on investor risk.

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